There is nothing worse for cyclists than to be caught unprepared when something breaks on a bicycle during a ride. Looking for proper tools which are easy to carry with you while cycling can be tricky, but Topeak has made it extremely easy with the Prep 25 Multi-Tool Set. This tool kit has absolutely everything a cyclist may need in case of a malfunction or for simple bicycle maintenance. This entire kit is very easy to carry around while cycling because every element is stored in a well-designed and compact fold-out bag that can be easily fastened on the top tube of your bicycle. All of these tools will be easily accessible and ready for use in no time.

Prep 25 Multi-Tool Set

With a large number of bit heads wrenches and other tools, this tool kit can perform 28 different functions

Although the name of this multi-tool kit is Prep 25, it actually has 28 amazing and useful functions. It is equipped with Allen bits of 8 different sizes, four different Torx bits, three box wrenches, two spoke wrenches, a chain tool, two tire levers (a metal and a plastic one), a flat head and Philips screwdriver and a bottle opener. All of these bit heads, wrenches and tools are easily stored into a 6.9 x 3 x 0.7 inch nylon bag. The bit heads are all made from hardened steel while the rest of the tools are made from stainless steel, with a few plastic components. The bit holder is magnetized, of course, so your bits won’t fall out that easily.

Prep 25 Multi-Tool Set

This small fold-out bag contains all the tools a cyclist needs

The Topeak Prep 25 Multi-Tool Set can be used with any type of bicycle, whether you own a single or multi-speed bicycle. Compact and easy-to-carry tool kits with this many functions are not something which is widely present on the market so consider Topeak’s tool kit if you are a cyclists who is tired of struggling with issues related to bike-maintenance.

Get it from Amazon here.

Prep 25 Multi-Tool Set materials

Hardened and stainless steel is largely used in the making of these tool, but there are plastic components too


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